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Coronet Instructional FilmsFun that Builds Good Health, The (1950)

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Presents a variety of choices of recreation in terms of good times and good health.

Young boy running on football field
Boy drops pass, looks sad
WS Family dinner table, camera zooms to Dad
VO: "Mr. Baxter is worrying about Jimmy. He wants Jimmy to be strong and happy, like Hank."
CU Blond hair - Dad is smiling
CU Dark haired Jimmy looking grumpy
Dad comes into living room with football, sits next to Jimmy
Dad offers Jimmy football. Jimmy shakes his head no. Dad teaches Jimmy how to play football.

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Producer: Coronet Instructional Films
Production Company: Coronet Instructional Films
Audio/Visual: sound, color

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Director: Gil Altschul. Cameraman: Bruce Colling. Writers: George Tychsen, Hartley Pfeil, Full. Editor: Dick Kirschner. Narrator: George Stone. Educational Collaborator: Erwin F. Beyer, Department of Physical Education, The University of Chicago.

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